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Best Wireless Speakers for TV

When it comes to sound quality, the built-in speakers you’ll find on most TV’s are lacking substantially. Most people will opt to supplement their poor-quality built-in TV speakers with either a surround sound system or by adding a soundbar. If that’s what you’re after, you’ll want to skip ahead to the “Soundbars and Home Theater Systems” section of this article

The other dilemma many households face is when one person has a hard time hearing, but everyone else can hear just fine. Simply turning up the volume for that person to hear means it will be way too loud of all the others. That’s where portable TV speakers come in.

Rather than just making the audio louder, these speakers also feature dialogue enhancements. This enables speech to sound clearer and easier to hear over the background and special effect sounds. Because they’re portable, you are also able to place the speaker right beside you, bringing the sound even closer. Additionally, these speakers also allow you to connect headphones. This is particularly useful in the case where one person needs sound enhancement and the other does not.

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These are usually ultra-compact, portable speakers with a base station at the TV or audio source and then the portable speaker itself.

These portable TV speakers are not excessively loud and are simply meant to bring the sound closer to someone’s ears so they don’t have to have to put the volume on full blast on the TV or strain to hear. Most portable TV speakers have a headphone output so the listener has the choice of using the speaker or listening on headphones.

Rather than Bluetooth or WiFi, the base station or transmitter and speaker will connect via a pre-programmed radiofrequency. Usually in the UHF frequency range. Essentially, this is like picking up a radio station. The benefits of UHF, as opposed to Bluetooth, are a much better range (around 100ft) and better connectivity with less dropout.

Our Pick!

Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker

Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker

This device specifically targets seniors and those facing hearing difficulties to provide an immersive yet comfortable listening experience without disturbing those around you.

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1. Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker

Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker

The Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker is one of the few portable wireless TV speakers with a digital audio input. This obviously eliminates the need for a digital to analog converter. The Simolio takes both optical and ⅛ inch AUX at the base station. The optical cable is supplied with the wireless TV speaker so do not worry if you don’t have this cable. Also included is an RCA to a ⅛ inch, as well as a ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable – so you’re covered for all the audio cables you’ll need to connect the Simolio.


The portable speaker features an additional ⅛ inch AUX input for plugging in another audio device wherever you choose to take the speaker. A ⅛ inch headphone output means you can still watch TV or listen to audio without disturbing others. Simolio even provides you with a set of headphones. There are four foam earpiece sizes that fit inside the ear, so you’ll likely find a fit to suit your ear size. These retrofit foam earpiece replacements are available on Amazon too, so you can purchase additional earpieces or find a specific fit if needed.


There is a high/mid/low tone control on the rear of the portable speaker. High works well with dialogue-heavy audio content while the mid and low settings can be switched between for movies and music. A single large on/off/volume control makes it easy to switch the speaker on and off or adjust the volume.

Additional Information

Both the base station and portable speaker have AC power inputs. Simolio has been generous enough to supply you with two power adapters, one for each unit. Having a power adapter for the portable speaker means you don’t have to remember to place the speaker on the base station to recharge the battery. If you intend to use the speaker in the same position near a power socket, this extra power for the speaker is a convenient extra.

What’s in the box?

  • Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker
  • Base station
  • 2 x AC power adapters
  • Headphones with earpieces
  • Optical cable
  • RCA to ⅛ inch
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch

Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker Conclusion

The Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker is great value for money. The extras include two power adapters, headphones with earpieces, RCA to a ⅛ inch cable, a ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable, and an optical cable. This is more than any of the other wireless TV speakers offers. Simolio is also one of the few portable wireless TV speakers which come with a digital optical input. This is a great value-add as it eliminates the need for purchasing an additional device to convert from digital to analog. Even though the Simolio has all these extras and features, the speaker operates exactly the same as other portable wireless speakers in that it is simple and easy to use.

2. Sereonic Portable Wireless TV Speakers

seronic wireless speakers for tv

American audio manufacturers Serene have released their TV-Soundbox Wireless Speaker, which provides comfortable listening for all; however, this device specifically targets seniors and those facing hearing difficulties. The idea of this device is to provide an immersive yet comfortable listening experience without disturbing those around you. 


This unit can be easily paired to your TV or cable box by connecting the accompanied wireless transmitter to your source device using HDMI, optical, or RCA audio cable. The speaker can then be placed anywhere within 100 feet wherever you see fit. The audio is streamed in real-time in a high-fidelity fashion, eliminating any lag or audio to visual delays.

The battery life of the Sereonic’s TV Soundbox is strong, with long-lasting playtime of up to 8 continuous hours, and can fully recharge reasonably fast, and the wireless transmitter can operate as a charging dock for the receiving speaker.


A low battery indicator LED is included on the face of the speaker to remind you to charge, as well as a power indicator. The output volume can be controlled using a rotary knob on the speaker’s front, which doubles as a pause and play button, allowing you to leave the TV remote down and enjoy your media of choice.

As for sound quality, one can expect crystal-clear, outstanding quality that is well suited for any style of film, music, or spoken word. Thanks to an adjustable voice tone enhancement software to accommodate tonal adjustments, assisting those with limited frequency perception or poorly recorded media. 

The Sereonic Soundbox can perform at high volumes while maintaining a warm and natural acoustic character. A handy sleep timer function is included on the device, which gradually lowers the output volume of your chosen media over the course of 60 minutes, permitting sleepy viewers to rest easily and remove the risk of a rude awakening by loud explosive action scenes on the TV. Additionally, the volume control operates independently from your TV set, and a pair of headphones or earbuds can be connected to the receiver/speaker part of the device for private listening.

Additional Information

A range of accessories and add-ons are available on the Serene website, including replacement cables, Dolby digital and HDMI convertors, and an additional speaker. By the way, a 30-day money-back guarantee is included, and their website features a live chat option if you should require technical support.

What’s in the box?

  • Wireless speaker
  • Charging dock station
  • Power adaptor

Serene Innovations TV SoundBox Conclusion

While the Sereonic TV Soundbox may not be the cheapest option on the market, it is certainly a great value for money purchase that successfully aids the hearing impaired, or can be used to preserve your hearing health.

3. Pyle Wireless TV Speaker (PTVSP18BK)

Pyle Wireless TV Speaker (PTVSP18BK)

The Pyle Wireless TV Speaker is ultra-compact and lightweight. The perfect size and weight for the elderly or frail looking for a portable speaker. The Pyle Wireless TV Speaker features a base station and portable speaker. The base station is placed at the TV or other audio source and is powered by a DC power adapter. Pyle supply you with two audio cables, RCA to ⅛ inch and ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch. The base station only takes a ⅛ inch input so either of these two cables should connect to most TVs.


The portable speaker also features a ⅛ inch AUX input so you can play audio off another device that is closest to you. The speaker can operate without being in range of the base station so, even out of range, you can plug a device into this additional input and the speaker will still work. The range on the speaker is around 100ft so you can easily move around a small apartment without losing the signal. You can also pair up to 50 portable speakers (of the same make and model of Pyle Wireless TV Speaker) to a single base station. This is useful in a communal TV area in a home for the elderly, where each person can have their own speaker.

Additional Information

The speaker includes a ⅛ inch headphone output so you can listen on headphones in silence without disturbing others. There is a simple tone control on the speaker for “MUSIC” or “TV” settings. The music setting delivers a fuller sound, while TV allows for better diction and intelligibility. There is a large on/off/volume control on the side of the portable speaker makes it easy to find and adjust. A DC power input on the portable speaker means you can plug the portable speaker directly into a socket and use it even if the battery is flat.

What’s in the box?

  • Pyle Wireless TV Speaker
  • Base station
  • RCA to ⅛ inch
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch
  • Power adapter

Pyle Wireless TV Speaker Conclusion

The Pyle Wireless TV Speaker is a simple, affordable portable wireless speaker. The setup is as easy as plug-and-play. There is only one input type (⅛ inch AUX), making the speaker simple to install. The two controls are basic, with only a volume control and tone-setting control. The speaker is extremely lightweight with a large handle to carry and move around easily. The Pyle Wireless TV Speaker will easily fit on a bedside table or armrest without taking up any room. The ability to connect multiple speakers to a single base station means more than one person can listen at the same time without the need to gather around one speaker.

4. Albohes 9000 Wireless TV Speaker

Albohes 9000 Wireless TV Speaker

At just under $50, the Albohes 9000 is our cheapest portable wireless TV speaker. This simple yet practical TV speaker offers a single ⅛ inch input at the transmitter. The transmitter is ultra-compact which means it can be placed at the TV or audio source without taking up too much space. The transmitter uses radio frequency to transmit to the speaker with a range of up to 100ft.


The speaker has a separate ⅛ inch AUX input so you plug in another device wherever you choose to place the speaker. There is also a ⅛ inch headphone output if you prefer to listen on headphones. Simple tone control allows you to switch between “MUSIC” for full-range sound or “TV” for improved intelligibility. A large rotary knob for on/off/volume control is located on the front of the speaker.

Additional Information

At 1.3lbs the Albohes 9000 Wireless Speakers for TV is the lightest portable speaker we feature in this article. The compact design means you can easily place this speaker on a bedside table or the armrest of a sofa. Using the ⅛ inch AUX on the speaker means you can operate the Albohes 9000 even without the transmitter. The 8-hour battery life gives you more than enough power to operate the speaker most of the day without charging. The Albohes 9000 comes with two USB power adapters, one for the transmitter and another for the speaker. Unfortunately, they only supply a single adapter for the wall socket. If you have a USB connection on your TV, you can use that to power the transmitter and the wall adapter for the speaker.

What’s in the box?

  • Albohes 9000
  • Transmitter
  • USB to MicroUSB power cable (transmitter)
  • USB to AC power cable (speaker)
  • 1 AC wall adapter with USB A input
  • RCA to ⅛ inch cable
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable

Albohes 9000 Wireless TV Speaker Conclusion

The Albohes 9000 Wireless TV Speaker offers all the features of the more expensive options at more than half the price. The portable TV speaker is extremely simple to install and operate. There are a couple of big pluses with the Albohes 9000. One, you get two power cables which are both USB which means you can power off any adapter or even the TV. The second is the transmitter is ultra-compact so won’t take up any room. Although the Albohes 9000 is a cheap portable wireless TV speaker, it still adds a lot of value.

5. Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker

Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker

The Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker is a little more advanced when compared to the other portable wireless speakers we feature in this article. Rather than radio transmission, the Grace Digital TV Speaker uses Bluetooth to transmit audio from the base station. The advantage of this is a cleaner digital signal while the disadvantage is a significantly shorter range of only 30ft. This range won’t be an issue for most rooms in the house. It just means you can’t go into another room with the speaker.


The Grace Digital TV Speaker base station is a tiny device that sits at the TV or audio source. The transmitter can be powered using the power cable provided or via a USB output from your TV. This is convenient if you have limited power sockets available. The transmitter is small enough to store behind the TV, out of the way to reduce clutter on your TV stand. You could even use double-sided tape and fix the transmitter to the rear of the TV.

There is a power input and audio input. The audio input can accept both the analog ⅛ inch AUX connector or the special supplied digital ⅛ inch cable.

The transmitter connects to the speaker via Bluetooth. To pair you simply press the pair button on each unit. A Bluetooth LED will flash on each one until they pair and the LED illuminates a solid blue to indicate a successful connection. Once connected you simply turn up the volume on your speaker.


There is a multifunction rotary knob on the front of the Grace Digital TV Speaker. This button allows you to adjust the volume by simply turning it up or down. A quick press of the same control will mute or unmute the speaker. Press and hold the button and you can switch between two EQ modes: “TV”  – which is voice optimized, or “Music” – for a fuller sound.

The TV Speaker also comes with a remote control which you can adjust volume, switch between AUX or Bluetooth, EQ settings, bass/treble tone, mute/unmute or power on/off.

Additional Information

The Grace Digital TV Speaker, unfortunately, doesn’t come with a built-in battery. You can, however, purchase this as an extra item from the Grace Digital website. With the battery, you get 7 hours of continuous playtime. The speaker comes with an AC power adapter so you can use the speaker without a battery too. There is also a ⅛ inch AUX input so you’re able to connect a device directly to your speaker. You can also pair other Bluetooth devices (mobile phone, tablet, PC) to the speaker and use it as a regular Bluetooth speaker.

What’s in the box?

  • Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker
  • Bluetooth transmitter/base station
  • 2 x power supplies
  • Optical to ⅛ inch cable
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable
  • USB power cable for transmitter (optional power alternative)
  • Remote control

Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker Conclusion

The Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker is a really versatile speaker, packed with an array of features not found on other portable wireless TV speakers. Although very simple to use, the Grace Digital has slightly more complex features that may overwhelm someone who might get confused by extra buttons and controls. The speaker produces about 16W of power which is around triple the output of the other portable TV speakers in this article. This added power delivers a higher volume and more intelligibility. Unfortunately, the Grace Digital doesn’t have a headphone output so you can only use it as a speaker.

Non-portable wireless TV speakers include soundbars and home theater systems that offer wireless input connectivity. In most cases, this is a Bluetooth or WiFi connection. For multiple speaker systems, the wireless connectivity extends to the speakers, meaning reduced or no speaker cables. The technology for speakers to be completely wireless is still fairly advanced so you won’t find this kind of system for less than a few hundred dollars. In most of the cheaper systems, the rear surrounds will connect to a satellite decoder/receiver via speaker cable. Only the advanced high-end home theater systems will have independent wireless connectivity to each individual speaker.

As you can see from the above, wireless TV speakers could mean wireless on the input or output end. Most speakers offer a wireless input but not many connect wirelessly to replace speaker cables and of course, you will still need a power cable. Therefore, no “wireless” speaker for TV is ever completely wireless, as it needs to plug into a power source. Let us know what extent of “wireless” features you’re looking for in our poll above.

Our Pick!

Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar

Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar

The best fully wireless speaker system is the Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar. The Playbar is more than just a speaker, it’s a stylish piece of decor. The sound from the Playbar on its own is incredible.

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1. Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar

Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar

The Sonos Playbar is a premium soundbar with some exciting features and the ability to grow your system from a single speaker to full 5.1 surround sound. The Playbar is an unassuming, minimal design that will look good placed on a cabinet or mounted on the wall. The Playbar is an intelligent speaker, with the ability to tell whether it’s mounted or placed on a cabinet. Detecting either will automatically adjust internal processing to provide you with the best listening experience. The Playbar connects to your TV via an optical cable so you can enjoy all the benefits of digital audio and processing.

Another part of Sonos intelligence is the ability to automatically detect what you’re watching and adjust the speaker EQ for the best sound. If you’re watching a movie and feel you need better dialog, then you can hit the Speech Enhancement button on the app and the Playbar will boost certain frequencies to improve intelligibility. You can also set the Playbar to Night Sound. With this activated, the Playbar will dip any loud parts of the audio so you don’t make too much noise. For example, if you’re watching an action movie with loads of shouting and explosions, these are often much louder than the dialog parts. The Playbar will attenuate these loud parts so you don’t experience these peaks. If you have people sleeping in the next room, this will ensure you don’t disturb them.


The Sonos Playbar features a total of 9 independently driven speakers within the soundbar. This gives you a left/right/center speaker setup or what is referred to as virtual surround sound. The Playbar is available on its own, with a subwoofer or as a 5.1 surround sound system with two Play:1 satellite speakers. Additionally, you can purchase extra Play:1 or Play:3 satellite speakers to build a bigger surround sound system. All the speakers connect wirelessly using the Sonos app. Alternatively, each speaker has an in/out LAN port so you can network the speakers using a cable if you prefer, however, this isn’t necessary.

Sonos App

The Sonos app is available for both Apple and Android devices. Through the app, you can control various settings, pair with additional speakers as well as pair with your TV remote. Once paired with your TV remote, you can control the Playbar with the same remote control. If you hate having multiple remotes, this is a game-changer.

On the side of the Playbar, you also have a few buttons including play/pause and volume up/down

Within the Sonos app, you can also add your favorite streaming apps, so you can play music, listen to the radio or podcasts, etc. Everything is done over WiFi, which is far more reliable than Bluetooth. The Sonos is also compatible with the Amazon Echo or Dot (sold separately), so you can use these devices with the Playbar. If you choose to purchase the complete Sonos surround sound system, the Play One speakers come with Alexa built-in eliminating the need for the Echo or Dot.

Adding to your Sonos Surround Sound System

The best thing about deciding to purchase the Sonos system is the ability to add more speakers as you choose. Why stop at 5.1 when you can have a 7.1 surround sound system. Sonos are continually upgrading the software and firmware for this system so the future possibilities are endless. Additional speakers you can add to this system include the Sonos Play:1, Play:3, and Play:5. All of these satellite speakers are compatible with Alexa. If you choose to only purchase the Playbar, then the obvious next purchase is the Sonos Subwoofer which is available in black or white. From there you can add your surround speakers as needed.

What’s in the box?

  • Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar
  • Optical cable
  • Power cable
  • Network cable

Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar Conclusion

The Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar is a lot of fun packed into a stylish speaker. The ability to add to the system means you build your system over time rather than having to purchase a big expensive surround sound system in one go. The additional speakers connect wirelessly, so there’s no need to run speaker cabling all over the living room. Each speaker will, however, need a power source. The Playbar is an incredible wireless TV speaker with some advanced features.

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Sonos Arc

A premium smart soundbar for TV, the Sonos Arc features eleven high-performance drivers providing rich bass and clear dialogue. It’s the first TV speaker from Sonos to feature 3D sound with Dolby Atmos and works with Apple AirPlay 2.

2. TaoTronics Sound Bar

TaoTronics Sound Bar

The TaoTronics Sound Bar is a powerful wireless TV speaker. The 32-inch soundbar delivers a solid 90W of power output which is enough to fill medium to large-sized rooms. The TaoTronics Sound Bar features two full-range drivers with two sub-range drivers. While the TaoTronics Sound Bar is relatively loud, it does lack in the bottom-end which is to be expected from a soundbar. Unfortunately, TaoTronics doesn’t include a subwoofer.


One thing the TaoTronics has a lot of is inputs. Inputs include Bluetooth, optical, and RCA. To get the most out of this soundbar you’re going to want to go with an optical connection. Bluetooth is also great if you prefer a wireless connection. All the physical inputs are nicely recessed in the rear of the soundbar so you can easily mount the speaker without worrying about cables.


There are LED indicators on the front panel of the soundbar to indicate which input you are using. As each input has its own LED, you can easily see what you’re listening to. You can switch between inputs on the soundbar control panel. The buttons are easy to access on the top of the soundbar. Also on the control is a power button and volume control.

TaoTonics provide you with a remote control so you can control all of the above features as well as mute/unmute and skip/search tracks on a paired Bluetooth device. Each input has a dedicated button on the remote, so switching is easy.


The TaoTronics 32-Inch Sound Bar can be placed on a TV cabinet or mounted on the wall. There is a built-in mounting bracket so it’s as easy as installing two screws into your wall and mounting the soundbar. TaoTronics also supply a template to show exactly where to drill the holes in the wall.

What’s in the box?

  • TaoTronics 32-Inch Sound Bar
  • Remote control
  • Power cable
  • Optical cable
  • RCA cable
  • Mounting screws

TaoTronics Sound Bar Conclusion

At a little under $80, the TaoTronics 32-Inch Sound Bar is one of the most affordable 90W soundbars on the market. The soundbar will definitely be an improvement on most TV speakers, however, it does lack some bottom-end. If you’re just looking for a sound boost, then this is a great choice. If you want a wireless TV speaker with some bass, then you might be underwhelmed with the TaoTronics 32-Inch. You also don’t have the option of a subwoofer which means you can’t build on the system to improve the sound.

3. Samsung HW-T650 3.1ch Soundbar with 3D Surround Sound

Samsung HW-T650 3.1ch Soundbar with 3D Surround Sound

The Samsung HW-T650 Wireless Soundbar is an absolute powerhouse! Delivering a balanced sound across the entire frequency range, The 2.1 system includes a soundbar and subwoofer which connect wirelessly. No need for speaker cables!

If you want a complete 5.1 surround sound system, you can purchase it as a bundle with the Samsung HW-T650 with rear satellite speakers. The rear surrounds also connect wirelessly via a satellite decoder which can be placed at the back of your living area, under the bed or sofa. The actual speakers connect to the decoder via speaker cable so the complete 5.1 system is not 100% wireless, however, you do eliminate the necessity for cables from the front to the rear.


The 160W subwoofer compliments the 90W soundbar nicely with floor-shaking bass. The subwoofer can be placed upright or on its side, depending on where you place it. There is a bass port on the rear – so for best results, you want to position the subwoofer around 4 inches from a wall or hard surface.

The stylish, low-profile soundbar can be placed on a TV cabinet or mounted to the wall. Samsung provides you with a wall-mount template so you can get the right position for the bracket. The bracket is provided, however, you will need to purchase the correct screws depending on your type of wall. Full instructions are provided in the user manual though.


The HW-T650 allows for HDMI, USB, optical, and Bluetooth inputs. If you’re needing WiFi connectivity, then the Samsung HW-Q90R Soundbar may be a better choice for you.

Samsung App

There is a Samsung Audio App that you can download to control certain features of your sound system. These include; power on/off, volume, audio inputs and media controls like sound presets and EQ. You can also control all of the same functions via the remote control which comes with the system.

On both the app and remote you can control the volume for the soundbar and subwoofer independently. You also have several pre-programmed EQ presets. You have a STANDARD, MOVIE, and MUSIC which are pretty self-explanatory. In addition, you have a CLEAR mode which enables sound preset for clear voice and diction. The SPORTS mode will deliver more clarity for effects to add to the excitement of watching sports. In addition, you have a 7 band EQ to fine-tune or program your own EQ presets. Again, these presets and EQ settings can be done via the app or remote control. The Samsung 2.1 Wireless Soundbar is Dolby Digital and DTS compatible.

What’s in the box?

  • Samsung HW-T650 Wireless Soundbar
  • 160W Samsung subwoofer
  • Power cables for soundbar and subwoofer
  • Optical cable
  • Remote with 2 x AA batteries
  • Wall mount template
  • Wall mount brackets

Samsung HW-T650 Wireless Soundbar Conclusion

The Samsung HW-T650 Wireless Soundbar is an exceptional wireless TV speaker. For around $400, there are very few wireless TV speakers that compete with this amazing sound system. The ability to add to your system with the SWA-8500S for rear satellite speakers means you can have a complete surround sound experience. This system is an absolute must for small to medium-sized living areas.

4. Wohome S9920 Wireless TV Soundbar

Wohome S9920 Wireless TV Soundbar

The Wohome S9920 Soundbar is a popular wireless TV speaker. The soundbar houses a total of 6 speaker drivers, delivering a total of 80W. Wohome have rated the S9920 Soundbar as having a 40Hz to 20kHz frequency response however, it does seem to lack in those bass frequencies rolling off at around 200Hz. Other than that, the S9920 is pretty loud offering decent intelligibility and clarity.


You have the option of several inputs on the Wohome S9920. These include; RCA, optical, coaxial, USB, ⅛ inch AUX and Bluetooth. For best results, you want to go with either optical or Bluetooth. Optical is preferable so that you can use the Bluetooth for other devices. Wohome provides you with an optical cable and RCA to ⅛ inch cable.


There are two ways to control the Wohome S9920. There is a four-button control panel on the side of the soundbar. From here you can power the speaker on and off, switch between audio inputs and turn the volume up or down. You also have the ability to play/pause any Bluetooth-paired device. The same controls can be accessed on the supplied remote control. Each input has its own button, so switching between inputs is quick and easy. You can play/pause, skip, and search any paired Bluetooth device and change between the three pre-programmed audio presets. You have a 3D mode for watching movies, music mode with a bass boost, and news mode for better voice clarity.

What’s in the box?

  • Wohome S9920 Soundbar
  • Remote control
  • Optical cable
  • Stereo RCA to ⅛ inch audio cable
  • Power adapter
  • Wall mount kit with template

Wohome S9920 Wireless TV Soundbar Conclusion

The Wohome S9920 Wireless TV Soundbar is a great affordable soundbar option. For a little over $100 on Amazon, you can get a decent 80W soundbar. The only downside with the Wohome is that you don’t have the option of adding a subwoofer. The speaker does lack slightly in the bottom-end, but having said that, the Wohome is loud and will certainly be an upgrade from any built-in TV speakers.

5. Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater

Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater

The Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater is what’s considered to be a “true” wireless home theater system. This simply means each speaker connects wirelessly, no satellite decoders or receivers – only speakers. The Audio CineHome HD Smart Center speaker acts as the primary input device or receiver. All the other speakers link to the Smart Center to receive their audio signal.


Aside from the Smart Center, you have four additional speakers and a subwoofer to make up the complete CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater System. The Smart Center sits below your TV and you have two options for installation. The Smart Center can either be your primary input with an HDMI out or through to your TV for the picture. Alternatively, you can use your TV for all the inputs and connect to the Smart Center via HDMI or optical. While you can use the other inputs, only a digital input will give you the full surround sound effect. Either method of installation will work equally well, it’s really up to you to decide which you prefer.

Spreaker Placement

On either side of the Smart Center, you have the upright front left and right speakers. These can be placed either on a TV cabinet, stands or even floating shelves. If you don’t have speaker stands then the floating shelf will be the cheaper option. Also in front, you have a subwoofer. The subwoofer is fairly large and must be placed on the floor about 4 inches from the wall for best results. The surround or satellite speakers are wedge-shaped, offering wide dispersion to deliver a surround sound effect no matter where in the living area you sit. For best results, you want to get the left/right rear surrounds up at or just above head height. Again, a stand or floating shelf will work best.


The only cable you’ll need to connect the Enclave Audio CineHome is a power cable for each speaker. Of course, you’ll also need the inputs at the Smart Center speaker. Other than that, the system is completely wireless when it comes to signal distribution. Once turned on, pairing the speakers is automatic. It’s important to note that on your first boot-up, pairing can take up to 30 seconds or so while the speakers all introduce each other and get acquainted. After that, it’s instantaneous every time you turn the system on.

Wireless Technology

The Enclave Audio CineHome uses WiSA Technology to connect and stream 24bit HD audio quality from the Smart Center to all the other speakers. WiSA is an advanced wireless audio processing technology found in high-end wireless audio products. The fact that you can get this type of technology in a home theater system that currently retails for under $1000 is worth the price tag alone.

Additional Information

The CineHome system comes with a remote control to access and adjust the advanced features. The menu appears on your TV screen and gives you the ability to change a range of audio settings including the usual input selection, volume control, audio presets etc. Additionally, you can also access settings and the balance between each of the speakers.

The CineHome Home Theater System supports many audio formats including Blu-Ray, DTS Digital Surround 5.1, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Pro Logic II. This means you can enjoy movies and TV at the highest quality available with the most effects and advanced audio processing. As if you’re watching in a movie theater.

What’s in the box?

  • Enclave Audio Smart Center Channel Speaker
  • Right Front Channel Speaker
  • Left Front Channel Speaker
  • Right Rear Surround Speaker
  • Left Rear Surround Speaker
  • Enclave Audio Subwoofer
  • HDMI cable
  • Enclave Remote control (with battery)
  • 6 x AC power supplies (for all system speakers)

Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater Conclusion

If you’re looking for an affordable, wireless home theater system then the Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater is the best on the market. The system is listed at almost $1200 but you can get it on Amazon for under $800.

As a true wireless surround sound system, the CineHome reduces the need for any speaker cables. Installation is very easy and even an inexperienced, non-technical person following the instructions step-by-step should have everything up and running within 30 mins. Tech-savvy individuals wouldn’t take more than 10 – 15 minutes.

The CineHome is great for every application including movies, games, sports, and general TV. The advanced 24bit HD sound quality will make every viewing experience simply incredible. You can also use the CineHome system for playing music during parties. You can stream from your SmartTV, Bluetooth device, or using the ⅛ inch AUX input. The Enclave CineHome is one of those speaker systems which will never disappoint, if you have $800 for a surround sound system, this will be money well spent.

What Makes a TV Speaker Wireless?

Believe it or not, there is more than one answer to this question. TV speakers often have a variety of cables; AC Power, TV/device connection, cabling between speakers, etc. However, I think most people searching for a wireless TV speaker are after a product with no speaker cable connecting it to the TV. Most speakers these days have Bluetooth input, so you can pretty much purchase any TV speaker these days with this feature.

What you don’t find a lot of is wireless speakers within a sound system. This is because each speaker requires a receiver, which in turn needs to connect to a central receiver. The technology required to transmit high-quality, digital audio is still very advanced so you almost never find this kind of system under $1000. We have only found a couple in this price range and only one of them is a truly wireless speaker system.

Most wireless speakers for TV enable you to connect a soundbar and/or subwoofer wirelessly. These are usually from premium brands and these small systems are typically a few hundred dollars. If you only have a small budget, my advice is to go for a wireless speaker system with speaker cables connecting just the speakers together. Yes, the cables are annoying but the sound will be exceptionally better. The lowest I would go is $800, which gets you the Enclave Audio CineHome system featured in the second part of this article.

The technology is, however, evolving fast. WiFi networking seems to be where things are going. Who knows, in a few years’ time you could be able to purchase speakers, program the IP address and add it to your sound system.

For now, we have Bluetooth version 5.0 to look forward to. While Bluetooth released version 5.0 a while ago already, many products have yet to catch up. Version 4.2 still seems to be the latest version of Bluetooth which most products operate on. You can read more about Bluetooth Version 5.0 here.

How Wireless Affects Audio Signal

One thing to keep in mind when it comes to an audio signal is that copper cable is still king. Ask any sound engineer if they want a cable or wireless piece of equipment and they’ll answer cable every time. Why is this? Wireless technology isn’t as reliable and has an effect on the quality of sound. This is true for both UHF and digital wireless technologies like Bluetooth or WiFi. UHF produces a wider frequency response but is susceptible to interference and requires some compression when transmitting. This leads to some frequency loss, particularly in the lower end of the frequency spectrum.

When it comes to digital wireless, the loss and compression are much greater and more noticeable. You can always tell a poor Bluetooth connection, the volume is reduced and the sound is not as full when compared to using an AUX cable.

Decent wireless sound only comes with expensive wireless sound systems which incorporate advanced 24bit wireless technology. This comes at a price, so unless you can afford hundreds or even thousands of dollars, stick to speaker cable.

Our Pick!

Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker

Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker

This device specifically targets seniors and those facing hearing difficulties to provide an immersive yet comfortable listening experience without disturbing those around you.

Wireless Speakers for TV – Update Log

  • Oct 27, 2021 – Updated Sonos for newly released product
  • Oct 25, 2021 – Replaced the Serene Innovations TV Soundbox with the Sereonic Wireless TV Speaker
  • May28th – Replaced products with newer models
  • May 22nd – Updated layout

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Matt is a sound engineer and self-confessed vinyl-junkie! His work as a sound engineer includes both live production and venue installations. While traveling the world, Matt shares his knowledge and expertise with us!

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